JAGS Aviation, a Guyana-based airline, has expanded its fleet with an additional Britten-Norman Islander. 

The airline is based at Georgetown’s Ogle Airport and started operations in 2007. The addition of this aircraft will help to support the services offered by the charter airline, which includes sightseeing flights, aerial surveying, freight and medevac services throughout Guyana and the Caribbean.

Briony Tiwarie, Director of JAGS Aviation, said:

“JAGS Aviation Inc, a member of the BK Group of Companies, is pleased to welcome another Britten Norman aircraft to its growing fleet.

“This Islander will surely boost the company’s ongoing operations and its commitment to making a significant contribution to the developing tourism industry in Guyana.”

William Hynett, Britten-Norman CEO, added:

“We are delighted that JAGS Aviation has once again chosen to acquire the Islander to bolster its fleet. We are proud that the Islander continues to serve the region in a variety of roles, stimulating the Guyanese economy by enabling inbound and domestic tourism as well as serving the population with vital lifeline support.”